Canary Garden Club

The Canary Garden Club comes with everything you need for a great self-catering stay. The whole property has a traditionally Canarian feel to it and each whitewashed bungalow has its own patio perfect for al fresco dining.

On the terracotta terrace, there’s a large pool with a separate option for kids. The pools are joined by a bar and a ping-pong table. The pools are heated in winter, too, so the waters are always warm and welcoming.

Globetrotting buffets are the restaurant’s strong suit, but lunches are the pool bar’s department. And if you’re cooking your own meal, there’s a supermarket nearby.

Overview of Maspalomas

With excellent restaurants and a range of designer shops, Maspalomas is full of highlights. However, the star attraction is undoubtedly the Blue Flag beach that’s backed by stunning sand dunes. There’s almost six kilometres of sand for when you want to lay your towel down, but the 400-hectare stretch of golden dunes means there’s plenty to explore, too.

Maspalomas is particularly popular with active families looking for holidays to Gran Canaria. If your little ones don’t want to explore the dunes, then waterparks and zoos are just a couple of the attractions close to the Canary Garden Club. It’s a real something-for-everyone resort.

Things to do in Maspalomas

The Canary Garden Club is in a quiet neighbourhood of Maspalomas, but there’s a golf course and an amusement park within 15 minutes’ stroll. If you want to head to the area’s famous dune-backed beach, just hop on the free shuttle bus.

Active families looking for fun in the sun should head to Aqualand. There’s a choice of more than 30 slides here, so there’s a ride to suit everyone. There’s even a designated area for kids, so fun for all ages is guaranteed.

With Sahara-esque dunes, sunny shores and action-packed attractions, Maspalomas is a real hit with the whole family.

Resort Summary

If you’re feeling active, watersports are on offer at the beach and Maspalomas also boasts the island’s largest golf course. Waterparks and zoos are just some of the many attractions nearby – and you can always hop over to Playa del Ingles for some extra excitement after sunset. Modern restaurants, designer boutiques and laid-back bars line Boulevard El Faro, all in the shadow of the 68-metre lighthouse, El Faro de Maspalomas.